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guantanamo regardless of the state of law to thompson. that is my penal as attorney general. >> skeptics including one of the vocal critics of the original plan, congressman frank wolf remained doubtful. >> you can't take the attorneyien at his word. >> that is not world's only objection. >> as of now you are fined violation of the senate earmark been a, if you have an earmark been a, i think the american people are really expecting you to live up to it. >> reporter: others argue the $165 million request came directly from the executive branch, which isn't bound by congressmember self-imposed earmark band. it doesn't meet the definition of an earmark. house appropriation committee chair republican hal rogers called the prison purchase backdoor move by the administration and pledging full opposition by the appropriation committee. supporters of the deal say there have been bipartisan support. several republicans including congressman done manzulo and shilling publicly praised the transfer. today, illinois democrat senator dick durbin said president obama desevens credit for getting the de
in as economists in the department of labor statistics? >> and let me tell you, there's no law against giving money. these are not major-- you're making it out like somehow george soros is running the department. ridiculous, eric. >> and you attacked me on something about the-- >> the confidence has been going up for months, this is not something that's based on-- >> i think two statistics that do matter in here to people. whether or not they would pay attention to them. one is the participation rate. >> yes. >> you have that few people, the lowest it's been since 1962. >> let's look at why that is. because more people close to retirement age are deciding that they-- >> that's been debunked several times. >> they're unemployed and-- >> no, no, no, they're taking early retirement and deciding you know what? >> and the line that bob beckel tried to use and it actually does not pan out and the second one is that take home pay is not keeping up with inflation. and inflation is higher so that the take home pay numbers are not better, the median household income is down, and actually have the projections
not given a budget in 3 years in violation of the law. they are not doing their job and they are spewing talking points about the budgeting process. it's a joke. secondly, i expect joe biden to do a good job. he has been debating since the early 1900s. he has done 18 debates already -- presidential or vice-presidential debates. i think he is relatable. i don't take him lightly. i think that paul will be prepared. but joe bidenville to deliver big-time, based on the debate nabarack obama put on the board last wednesday. so he is going to be prepared. he will want to score in points. >> shannon: congresswoman, final response to you and your expect eggs with the debate this weerk in. >> i have debated paul ryan in the budget committee and news interviews like this one. he is certainly a good debater, will come well prepared. vice-president biden will as well. paul ryan has a tall order. is he going to spell out the details that he refused to spell out on this network because he said he didn't have time? he will have 90 minutes. he will have a chance to say why he proposed and mitt romney ha
that displaying due process and rule of law would be our best weapon against al-qaeda. kimberly, the lawyer in the house, what do you say? >> that is such an inappropriate use of the law and hiding behind it. that's cowering in a little shadow and being laughed at because you don't sit there and combat terrorism. why don't you come to new york city, we'll get you some big apple souvenirs and it will be fantastic and he delivers him like a little baby to eric holder who doesn't know what to do with any terrorist except to -- >> okay, okay, get off the stump. >> you asked me. >> no, that's not the way you deal with it. >> due process is one of our jewels. it really does say no matter how terrible you are, we're not going to treat you like an -- we don't go -- >> it should be applied appropriately to american citizens accused of crimes here, felonies that deserve the right to a speedy trial and deserve to be tried here. not for terrorists. >> if you commit a crime in new york city, you go to an american court. >> terrorists you can be arguing they're not citizens of any country. therefore, the
be in the hunt right now and we may well be. this is not a law enforcement matter. the fb i-team still has not made it to benghazi. i'm sure they bring valuable forensic skills. this is not a law enforcement matter. this is not like robbing a bank. this is an act of terrorism and ought to be treated the way we treated the global war on terrorism until the obama administration decided that the war was over. i think that kind of aggressive intelligence work is what we need. unless we have so blinded ourselves by misreading the situation that we don't have the intelligence capabilities. i have to say i'm troubled by that possibility. jenna: let's talk about the misreading potentially of this situation. sometimes describes what we've seen in public conversation about what happened in benghazi as incomplete. some others have described it as purely misleading. how do we know the difference and why does that matter? >> well i don't think we know enough yet to be able to jump one way or the other but the way the administration handled it so far i think is consistent with one of two high path sees.
on the ground. the fact that we're very much it seems dealing with this like a law enforcement matter. the fbi goes. they investigate. i think it is pretty clear that the crime scene is not going to be of much use. they view it as a crime scene. i view it as a scene of a terrorist attack won't be much use to them after all this time but the administration seems to be reverting pre-9/11 mentality and trying to construct facts in order to support that approach to terrorism and it is not approach that will keep us safe. martha: you think it is a dangerous posture. liz, thanks so much. >> thanks martha. bill: a lot to talk about this. kt mcfarland will stop by next hour. we will pick her brain. she has three big issues. >>> 30 two days until america votes. exclusive interview with the man at a center of a voter registration fraud scandal in a critical battleground state. how he is now defending himself. we'll have that for. >> in the wake of wednesday night's big debate, democrats calling governor romney a liar. a nasty new turn of the campaign. we'll debate some of this fair and balanced. you dec
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